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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by amarryat, May 27, 2011.

  1. amarryat

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    Has anyone tried this with success? It loads and I can start a movie, but all I get is the audio with a white screen.
     

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    same here. streaming audio, white screen.
     
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    Same here
     
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    I have to agree with everyone here, I get the same thing. It's kinda pathetic too, cause my friend's LG ally runs it just fine.
     
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    As does the original Incredible.
     
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    Another here w/ streaming audio, but no video to go along with it (white screen).

    Hope the official app is updated soon; there's no reason these phones w/ Snapdragon cpus shouldn't be able to deal w/ Netflix's DRM.
     
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    I'm sure it has something to do with Verizon wanting us to use Blockbuster that has already been preloaded on the phone. Android's success came from open developement and customization, now it's going all wrong with Google and Verizon forcing you to use certain Apps. Google even took PDAnet off the market so Verizon could monitor and charge for tethering use... a complete load of crap!
     

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